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Title: 2010 FIFA WORLD CUP


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2010 FIFA WORLD CUP Host City Cape
Town LORRAINE GERRANS Manager 2010 Green
Goal 11 March 2009

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2010 FIFA World Cup
  • The next FIFA World Cup will be hosted in South
    Africa between 11 June 2010 and 6 July 2010.
  • A total of 200 teams have entered the race for
    one of the 31 places at the 2010 FIFA World Cup
    South Africa.

FOR HOST CITY CAPE TOWN FIFA WORLD CUP SOUTH
AFRICA 2010?
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Host City Cape Town
  • Cape Town has been selected as one of the 9 Host
    Cities for the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South
    Africa.
  • Cape Town will host 8 matches in the new Green
    Point Stadium.
  • Cape Town will host one of the two semi-finals of
    the World Cup.

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Host City Cape Town 2010 event footprint

Fan Walk between CBD and Stadium
Fan Walk
Official FIFA Fan Park
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Host City Cape Town 2010 event footprint

Training Venues Athlone and Philippi Stadiums
Public Viewing Areas
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Host City Cape Town 2010 event footprint

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Host City Agreements
  • Host City Agreement - Environmental Protection
  • Stadium Use Agreement - Provision of services
  • Fan Park Agreement Integrated Waste Man. Plan
  • (Final Draw Agreement)
  • (Training Venue Agreement)
  • (Base Camp Agreement)
  • Roles and Responsibility Matrices being developed
    to agree financial, oversight and
    responsibilities of parties

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2010 High-Level Governance and OC Structure
OC BOARD
EXCO, FINCO AND REMCO
HOST CITY MANAGERS FORUM
LEGACY COMMITTEE
2010 ENVIRONMENTAL SUBWORKSTREAM/FORUM
Green Goal 2010
WORKING GROUP CARBON OFFSET
WG GREENING OF VENUES
WG COMMS, MARKERTING AND AWARENESS
WG TRANSPORT AND ACCOMMODATION
WG MONITORING AND EVALUATION
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What is Green Goal?
  • Official environmental programme of the 2006 and
    2010 FIFA World Cup.
  • Initiated by Germany during 2006 FIFA World Cup
  • Implemented by national government, Local
    Organising Committee and Host Cities

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OC Green Goal 2010 vision and objectives
  • VISION
  • To prepare and stage a successful 2010 FWC with
    minimum adverse impacts on the Environment
  • OBJECTIVES
  • To ensure waste minimisation, water conservation
    and reduce pollution to air, water and land
    during the preparation and staging of the 2010
    Football Cup
  • To determine the ecological footprint of the
    event and initiate projects to compensate for
    carbon emissions ensuring a carbon neutral
    event and
  • To raise awareness on greening of events and
    leave an environmental legacy.

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Why implement Green Goal?
  • Mainstream sustainability considerations in
    preparations for 2010
  • Position South Africa as responsible hosts of the
    2010 FIFA World Cup
  • Leaving a positive environmental legacy

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Green Goal 2010 Integrated Waste Management
  • Integrated waste management is an objective of
    LOC and Cape Town Host City
  • City of Cape Town Integrated Waste Management
    Policy provides context
  • Service delivery to all other parts of the city
    must remain can not only focus on 2010 event
    footprint
  • Where are we now and where do we want to be after
    2010 legacy?
  • Waste avoidance and minimisation first prize -
    lessons from FIFA World Cup 2006 in Germany

FOR HOST CITY CAPE TOWN FIFA WORLD CUP SOUTH
AFRICA 2010?
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Germany 2006 Lessons
  • Waste reduction
  • 20 reduction in waste volumes in and around the
    stadiums compared to current levels
  • Main Focus of the Waste Concept Waste Avoidance
  • Multiple-use systems instead of throwaway systems
  • Minimization of flyers, giveaways and other
    free-of-charge articles
  • Use of large-size packages no tiny mustard bags,
    no portion packages for coffee cream, etc
  • Merchandising and catering Avoidance of wrapping
    and sales packaging
  • Merchandising Motto "Quality, not quantity!",
    production of high-quality, long-life products

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Germany 2006 Lessons
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Germany 2006 Lessons
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GREEN GOAL 2010 PROJECTS
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Integrated Waste Management Issues to consider
  • Additional waste at least 250 000 additional
    fans in the City
  • Baselines from other stadia
  • Working hours event footprint cleaned at night
    (Fan Park has unusual opening hours)
  • Jolkolle party spots identified that may
    require additional services
  • Capacity labour, supervision and equipment
  • Contracting periods spanning two financial
    years
  • Budgets ensure legacy investment as well
  • Communication and awareness
  • LOC guidance and requirements

FOR HOST CITY CAPE TOWN FIFA WORLD CUP SOUTH
AFRICA 2010?
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Green Goal 2010 Integrated Waste Management
  • Waste diversion for 2010 requires
  • Resources and infrastructure, and unusual
    operations directly aimed at supporting the
    Green Goal objectives
  • Land, demarcated and dedicated for separation
  • Interim storage / Sorting facilities
  • Separation at source requires additional bins
  • Power, water, ablution facilities
  • Lighting and security
  • Will provide contracting and job opportunities
    for period of event (BCEA limits hours of work
    for Council staff).

FOR HOST CITY CAPE TOWN FIFA WORLD CUP SOUTH
AFRICA 2010?
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Green Goal 2010 Integrated Waste Management
  • Stadium Separation at source inside stadium
    premises
  • Beverage cans, glass, paper, cardboard, plastic
    (packaging waste)
  • Unspoilt food possibly to communities, NGOs
  • FIFA Fan park surrounding area
  • Separation bins (PET/plastic, glass, cans, other)
  • Recyclables to mini Material Recovery Facilities
    close by
  • Other waste collected for landfill
  • Fan Walk (pedestrian zones)
  • Separate street bins (separation at source)
  • Central CBD
  • Green Point CBD

FOR HOST CITY CAPE TOWN FIFA WORLD CUP SOUTH
AFRICA 2010?
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THANK YOU - DANKIE - ENKOSI
We have not inherited the world from our
forefathers, we have borrowed it from our
children Kashmiri proverb Lorraine.gerrans_at_cape
town.gov.za
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